My drivers side headlamp was cracked and broken so I replaced it. The replacement looked perfectly fine, and I beleive it is, except I get get it to aim right. If I put it on, then slide on the two retention clips, I CANNOT, in no way, get the screw in. It lines up a tad bit off with the hole. So I tried putting the screw in first, and then dealt with the clips. I was able to do this, but the headlight isn't *quite* flush with the grille, and it is pointing upwards a little too high. I have NO idea why it won't go it right. The headlight and assembly is idetical to the old one, and the new one isn't broken in any way.
I doubt theres anything you can really say...but why can't I get this to work!
1996 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi - 190, 000KM - L67 3800 - 2.93 Final Gear Ratio
- Rebuilt 4T60-HD w/transgo shift kit, 3.4" ZZP MPS, Oversized tensioner, NGK TR6'* @0.55", Belden Premiums, Magnaflow F-Body Muffler, Magnaflow Hi-Flow Cat. & resonator delete, CAI W/K&N RX-4750, Drilled 180 T-stat, Aeroforce Scan Gauge, Pioneer DEH-P7800MP, MTX Thunder Dome TDX6902 6x9'* on Rear Deck. MB Quart 6.5 up front. MTX 12" Sledgehammer w/custom ported box, 35% Tint all the way around.
1989 Pontiac Bonneville SSE
- 222, 000KM - LN3 3800 - 2.97 Final Gear Ratio - RETIRED